3d Films

Romance of the movies fades

As Ster-Kinekor’s cinemas switch over ?to digital only, what ?do we lose with the ?end of celluloid?

3D films lose lustre as home-grown hits win cinema box-office battle

Just as in the 1950s, the 3D fad is fading, with the number of films falling from 47 in 2011 to 33 this year

China goes wild for 3D porn film

It's a world first, with technology that hopes to revive an ailing industry. But it is unlikely to be seen in full in the mainland.

Cracking up over Humpty Dumpty

'Golf interests me about as much as your second cousin's appendectomy. It doesn't,' writes <b>Brandon Edmonds</b>.

I wanna be bad

"The superhero movie will never be the same," trumpets the poster for <em>Megamind</em>.

Avatar brings home the goods in SA

The South African release of <i>Avatar</i> grossed R20,7-million in its first 19 days, according to Nu Metro national sales manager Rory Tyson.

Press Releases

Boosting safety for cargo and drivers

The use of a telematics system for fleet vehicles has proved to be an important tool in helping to drive down costs and improve efficiency, says MiX Telematics Africa.

Silencing the guns and firearms amnesty

Silencing the guns and firearms amnesty

Gender-based violence is an affront to our humanity

Gender-based violence is an affront to our humanity

UK-Africa investment summit 2020: Think Africa Invest SA

UK-Africa investment summit 2020: Think Africa Invest SA

MTN unveils TikTok bundles

Customised MTN TikTok data bundles are available to all prepaid customers on *136*2#.

Marketers need to reinvent themselves

Marketing is an exciting discipline, offering the perfect fit for individuals who are equally interested in business, human dynamics and strategic thinking. But the...

Upskill yourself to land your dream job in 2020

If you received admission to an IIE Higher Certificate qualification, once you have graduated, you can articulate to an IIE Diploma and then IIE Bachelor's degree at IIE Rosebank College.

South Africans unsure of what to expect in 2020

Almost half (49%) of South Africans, 15 years and older, agree or strongly agree that they view 2020 with optimism.